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Lalit Lokvani

District: Lalit, Uttar Pradesh

Lalit Lokvani also invites SHGs members, voluntary organisations, and members from listeners groups, child reporters and PRIs members to be a part of the CRS. Lalit Lokvani has been using active strategies to engage the community well before the actual establishment of the CR station, including doing the needs assessment, planning and programme implementation stages. It is truly run as per the letter and spirit of the Community Radio Policy Guidelines...

Media: Radio

Radio Frequency: 90.4

Community Served:

Geography Served:

Languages: Bundeli

Website: Click Here

Email: lalitlokvani@gmail.com

Telephone: 05176-282675, 05176-282675

Primary contact: Vijay Sekhri

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Lalit Lokvani, Lalit, Uttar Pradesh

About Lalit Lokvani

Lalit Lokvani also invites SHGs members, voluntary organisations, and members from listeners groups, child reporters and PRIs members to be a part of the CRS. Lalit Lokvani has been using active strategies to engage the community well before the actual establishment of the CR station, including doing the needs assessment, planning and programme implementation stages. It is truly run as per the letter and spirit of the Community Radio Policy Guidelines. The CRS has strived to not only work closely with the community, but also ensure that the local oral tradition and folk heritage is well documented, digitized and conserved.

Signature Programme:
Hello faramaish is the most popular radio programme of Lalit Lokvani, it is listener's requested Lokgeet Programme (Folk songs). According to our survey report, 70 percent listeners like to listen lokgeet in different lokgeet styles in rural area of Bundelkhand region. This programme is broadcast every Sunday, time 12:00 noon

Mailing Address:

Sai Jyothi Sansthan, Village Alapur, Block Birdha
Lalit
Uttar Pradesh
India
284403

 

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